Category: South Jersey

RESULTS: Salem County GOP holds strong, maintains county control

SALEM, N.J. – New Jersey’s least populous county is still in Republican hands after Tuesday night. Republican Dale Cross, a former freeholder, had defeated Democrat Beth Timberman by 654 votes when the dust settled in a three-way county clerk contest Read More

Republican Jesse Kurtz reelected to ward seat in Atlantic City

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – Republican Jesse Kurtz has been reelected in Atlantic City’s 6th Ward; the current percentages are Kurtz 75.85% to 21.15% for the vanquished Democrat challenger. Republicans also picked up Ward 5 with Sharon Zappia. Developing…

Pro-ICE Cape May Sheriff cuts TV ad for Assembly challenger McClellan

By Matt Rooney _ Cape May County incurred the wrath of Phil Murphy for continuing to cooperate with ICE. This week, Cape May’s Sheriff Bob Nolan cut a television ad on behalf of LD1 Assembly Republican challenger Antwan McClellan. McClellan Read More

VIDEO: LD1 GOP candidates urge voters to ignore Democrats’ big money smears

OCEAN CITY, N.J. – It may end up being one of the biggest spending discrepancies in a battleground race is New Jersey legislative election history. Hundreds of thousands of dollars are being dumped on the LD1 GOP ticket lead by Read More

This Save Jersey guest post has Leftists (still) hyperventilating in one Cape May town

By Matt Rooney _ The average American’s tolerance for peak wokeness and feigned outrage is finite, Save Jerseyans. The Cape May County community of Middle Township is Exhibit A. Regular readers may recall how back in August 2019 the Cape Read More

South Jersey Republican mayor heroically helps apprehend alleged burglar

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP, N.J. – Leading a town of nearly 40,000 residents and running for reelection is enough work for almost everyone, but the incumbent Mayor of Galloway Township – Anthony “Tony” Coppola, Jr. (R) – still found time on Wednesday Read More

VIDEO: Kean, Fitzherbert, YRs canvass for LD1’s Testa-led ticket

VINELAND, N.J. – With only two fulls weeks left to go before Election Day 2019, Saturday’s idyllic autumn weather afforded candidates with a perfect opportunity for intense all-day canvassing. State Senate GOP leader Tom Kean Jr. took advantage, descending on Read More

Camden County, N.J. bans plastic straws at its facilities, events

HADDON HEIGHTS, N.J. – The Democrat-controlled Camden County Board of Chosen Freeholders voted Thursday evening to ban single-use plastic straws at county facilities (including its jail and college campuses) as well as county events. The ban will take effect on Read More